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7 Days In Kintyre

To help you plan your holiday in Kintyre and to ensure you don't leave feeling that you missed something, here you will find some ideas to keep all the family happy.
 
BALLOCHROY - Standing Stones
BALLOCHROY - Standing Stones
Ballochroy is considered the most spectacular set of megalithic monuments that cluster around south Argyll. It consists of three vertical stones, side by side, aligned...
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Birdwatching
Birdwatching
Kintyre is a bird watching paradise. Whether you take shelter from the elements at the Machrihanish Bird Observatory or wander the Kintyre Way across the hills, there is...
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CAMPBELTOWN - Davaar Island
CAMPBELTOWN - Davaar Island
One of Campbeltown’s hidden gems, Davaar Island, lies at the mouth of Campbeltown Loch. Davaar is a tidal island and is linked to the mainland by a natural shingle...
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CAMPBELTOWN - The Heritage Centre
CAMPBELTOWN - The Heritage Centre
Campbeltown Heritage Centre – The Way we Were! The Heritage Centre, located in the old Lorne Street Church, built in 1868 as a result of the Disruption in the...
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CARRADALE - Carradale Bikes & Buggies Hire
CARRADALE - Carradale Bikes & Buggies Hire
Carradale Bikes and Buggies’ new mountain bike and electric all-terrain buggy hire centre is now open for business. This new venture offers the opportunity for...
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CARRADALE - Carradale Golf Course
CARRADALE - Carradale Golf Course
Carradale Golf Club, founded in 1906, is a golfing gem. It's located on the east coast of the Kintyre peninsula with panoramic views across the Kilbrannan Sound...
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GIGHA - Achamore Gardens
GIGHA - Achamore Gardens
This community owned 4* visitor attraction comprises 54 acres of gulf stream bathed gardens. Created by Colonel Sir James Horlick and Kitty Lloyd Jones in the middle of...
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GIGHA - Gigha Boats Activity Centre
GIGHA - Gigha Boats Activity Centre
The Gigha Boats Activity Centre is seasonal, operating from March – September. The opening hours are between 10:30 and 17:30 however, this may vary slightly...
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GIGHA - Gigha Coast and Countryside Group
GIGHA - Gigha Coast and Countryside Group
The coast and countryside group is a volunteer organisation set up to improve and maintain Gigha's rich network of paths and archaeological monuments.
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GIGHA - Gigha Golf Course
GIGHA - Gigha Golf Course
The Isle of Gigha Golf Club is a nine-hole course half a mile from the ferry terminal. It is an equally enjoyable test of golf for the keen or occasional golfer,...
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Gigha - Isle of Gigha Heritage Trust
Gigha - Isle of Gigha Heritage Trust
In 2001 when the Isle of Gigha was put on the market, the island residents were encouraged by the local MSP, George Lyon, and other bodies to take the step, which was...
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KILLEAN: Killean Church
KILLEAN: Killean Church
Killean Church dates from the 12th century, and continued in use until it was finally abandoned as insecure in 1770, when a new church was built at A' Chleit....
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KINTYRE - Beachmore Alpacas
KINTYRE - Beachmore Alpacas
Have you ever taken a walk with an alpaca? Well now you can. A wonderful way to spend an hour walking at An Tairbeart, Tarbert, learn about these graceful, curious South...
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KINTYRE - Kintyre Way
KINTYRE - Kintyre Way
Walk the beautiful and unexplored wild Atlantic coast of the Kintyre peninsula with the Kintyre Way. Along 100 miles (161km) over 4-7 days you will discover hidden...
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PENINVER - An Ceardach Garden - The Smiddy
PENINVER - An Ceardach Garden - The Smiddy
Three miles from Campbeltown on the B842, what was once the Blacksmith's croft (An Ceardach – The Smiddy), 5 acres of long-abandoned rough grazing and hazel...
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SOUTHEND - Dunaverty Rock & Castle
SOUTHEND - Dunaverty Rock & Castle
The ruined Dunaverty Castle is located at Southend at the southern end of the Kintyre peninsula in Argyll. The site was once a fort belonging to the Clan Donald. Little...
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SOUTHEND - Keil Caves and St Columba's Footprints
SOUTHEND - Keil Caves and St Columba's Footprints
At the southern end of Kintyre, close to Southend, you can explore a number of fascinating historic sites.Discover Keil Caves, which were occupied for centuries. Nearby...
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TARBERT HARBOUR
TARBERT HARBOUR
The Heart of the Heritage VillageEast Loch Tarbert lies on the west side of lower Loch Fyne - the longest sea loch in Scotland at over 40 miles, and also the deepest at...
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TARBERT: Fynal Fling Adventure Tours
TARBERT: Fynal Fling Adventure Tours
Fynal Fling Adventure Tours Welcome onboard, we provide fast boat trips anywhere in the Clyde or on Loch Fyne whether you would like to go round the beautiful islands of...
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The Kintyre & Gigha Food Journey
The Kintyre & Gigha Food Journey
The Kintyre & Gigha Food Journey1 to 3 days 1. Tarbert to CarradaleStart your food journey in Tarbert, the gateway to Kintyre. It’s a working fishing village...
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